The founder of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele says if the Igbos miss the Presidency come 2023 their coming generations will suffer for it as it is their turn to produce the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
The Prophet who stated this today, Saturday, July 9, 2022, while speaking at the presentation of his annual prophecy book “Warnings to the Nations” at the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church premises in Lagos, said none of the contesting candidates in the major parties have what it takes to take the country to the promised land after the 2023 Presidential election.
The Prophet who declared that he supports the Yoruba Agenda however insists that it is not the turn of the Yorubas to produce the President but the turn of the Igbos.
He explained that though he does not see Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress (APC) winning the coming elections the man of God said Tinubu and the APC can only win by rigging the elections.
“Tinubu can only win by rigging; APC can only win by rigging. I don’t hate him (Tinubu) I am speaking as a Prophet of God; I don’t hate Tinubu and I don’t mean any harm to him but if Tinubu becomes the President of this country the country will be ‘worser’ than Buhari’s government.
“Nigeria will be stagnant, Nigeria will be a failed nation, Nigeria will be a disgraced nation, Nigeria will not move forward. Tinubu will become a disaster; Tinubu will become a calamity for Nigeria. I don’t hate him; I support Yoruba agenda but it is not Yoruba turn it is Igbo’s turn and if the Igbos miss it now their next generation will suffer for it. There is no Igbo man who can become President as the ticket was not given to the right person,” he said.
Primate Ayodele who also hinted that Tinubu will be betrayed by his confidants said Alhaji Abubakar Atiku of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) will only try but cannot win. He described Peter Obi of the Labour party as a noise maker.
The annual prophetic messages, “Warnings to the Nations” is on key issues across social, political and economic areas for personalities, leaders and nations.